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Causes Of Pid Other Than Std
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Yes indeed: The most common by far is HPV causing cervical or anal cancer. Next probably is hepatitis B, which can prove fatal over time, either directly by liver damage or from liver cancer. Syphilis very rarely is fatal in adults, but occasionally causes congenital infection with fetal death (miscarriage or stillbirth). Extremely rarely, complications of gonorrhea, chlamydia, or herpes can be fatal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Besides low-risk strains of HPV & secondary stage of syphilis, are there any other possible causes for genital warts?
Here are some...: Genital wart is specific for HPV-infected skin lesions. Known to us, one with one kind of STD has higher likelihood to have other kinds of STD coming along. Specific for HPV, many of the HPV-infected may remain asymptomatic and in 2-3 years, they become clear if no reinfection occurs. More? Ask the treating Doc for detail. ...Read more
See below: From UpToDate: Mycoplasma genitalium is also a common cause in pre-menopausal women. In post-menopausal women PID is not common, but E.coli and anaerobic bacteria are often the cause......* However, in most cases, the precise microbial etiology of PID is unknown. Regardless of the initiating pathogen, PID is clinically considered a mixed infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: I am presuming you mean vaginal infection. Fungal infections can be of the skin, blood, organs etc. It can happen after antibiotic therapy, patients with Diabetics and in some cases excessive use to personal hygiene cleaners etc. Clothes can increase skin, in a warm humid climate. The list is long, suggest talk to you MD. Best of luck ...Read more
Are there serious dangerous STDs other than HIV, hepatitis and
pelvic inflammatory disease ?
What can they cause in critical cases?
Yes: Syphilis and gonorrhea are dangerous if left untreated with bad complications, and other STDs too, but we don't here much about those complications now given the widespread availability of medications and easy treatment once diagnosed, the problem is undiagnosed cases, partial treatment or treating only one partner not the other partner(s) ...Read more
No: Depends what you mean by "sex." medically, this means oral, genital or anal sex, not just genital intercourse. Chlamydial infections are strict std. These organisms are transmitted through contact with genitalia. See center for disease control (cdc) website: http://www.Cdc.Gov/std/chlamydia/stdfact-chlamydia.Htm. ...Read more
Is there any other way of a getting trichomoniasis other than sex; example weak immune system from sinus infections, staph infections?
See answer: Trichomoniasis, a parasite, is almost always passed on sexually. Trichomoniasis can also survive on infected objects like sheets, towels, underwear, and sex toys and can be transmitted by sharing them, though this mode of transmission is quite unusual. A weakened immune system may increase your susceptibility to this or any other STD. Although symptoms vary, most men and women are asymptomatic. ...Read more
Is BV, trich, and the other 2 common clamydia gonnorrhea STDs the only conditions that can cause a foul vaginal odor?
Vaginal odor: Any condition that causes an increase in vaginal bacteria can result in a foul odor. This is because some of these bacteria produce chemicals that are quite offensive to humans sense of smell. Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trich do not usually cause this, but BV does. Also foreign material such as retained toilet paper or parts of tampons can do this by increasing the bacterial count. ...Read more
Reacurring pelvic/abdominal pain and white blood cell vaginal discharge- are there any other causes besides pid? No gonerreah, chlamydia, hiv
Pain with urination: Stones, masses, foreign objects, bladder spasms, urethral spasm, pelvic spasms, interstitial cystitis, external tissue irritation from a multitude of sources, concentrated urine, acidic urine from dietary sources, nerve pain(neurlagia), injury, fissures, ulcerations, inflammation, allergic reactions with mucosal swelling, medication side effects. ...Read more
Yes: Elevated white cells in the urine do not specifically mean urinary tract infection. The urine can have elevated white cells associated with other problems. For example: appendicitis, pelvic infection, diverticulitis or other inflammatory conditions inside the body can elevate white cells in the urine. If you are having abdominal pain get checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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